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Re: Pfinstegg and Daisy... Pfinstegg

Posted by Larry Hoover on March 3, 2006, at 13:02:42

In reply to Re: Pfinstegg and Daisy... Larry Hoover, posted by Pfinstegg on March 1, 2006, at 20:57:23

> Thanks so much from us both, Larry! I hope, one of these years, to be able to say that I've overcome the severe PTSD which I have- but am at the moment still struggling hard with it.

Overcome the PTSD....If it would only stand still, so that I might take its measure.

> I know Daisy is, too. If we were to write a book, how about if you join in- that would definitely make it better!

You're too kind. :-)

But that would probably mean we'd meet, real face time, and that would be nice.

You were the one that first talked to me about ego states. It was what brought my eye onto this thread, to see that you were going to talk some more about that. I'm still trying to figure out how the concept might apply to me. It's got my attention.....

> To me, it would be, in large part, about the heroic, untiring efforts of the wonderful therapists we have been lucky enough to find.

Heroic indeed.

> I've kept a daily journal of what has gone on between me and my analyst- three volumes so far- there's definite progress, although not a completely successful ending-as yet. Do you, or Daisy, keep a journal of it all- other than PB, which is a pretty good journal itself?

I have never kept a journal. I've tried to get one started, but it ends up with very little in it. It's a thinking styles thing? Or a "the time is right to write" kind of thing, but remembering to pick up a pen?





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